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Ease, access and a chance for $50 – now that’s a great gift

The hectic holidays are right around the corner! With celebrations, family and gift-giving as the priorities, fumbling with bills should be the least of your worries. But, keeping track of your water bill can be as easy as clicking a button.

With H20Access, you can access your account and bill online 24/7. Opt-in for paperless billing and you won’t need to be afraid of losing that bill in all the wrapping paper. You can also be sure the payment was received and not delayed at the post office with all those holiday cards.

Plus, Castle Rock Water is giving away a $50 water credit to ten customers who have opted-in for paperless billing before Nov. 30. It's the perfect gift during this chaotic season.

Castle Rock Water needs you! 

The Water Commission meets monthly to review plans and make recommendations to Council related to capital improvements, rates and fees structures, polices and more. Are you looking to get more involved with Castle Rock Water? Consider volunteering to serve in this advisory position.

No experience is necessary. If you're a Town resident with an interest in the Town's future, please apply. Currently, there is a mid-term vacancy open that expires May 31, 2018 (at which time, there is an opportunity to reapply and continue to serve a full 2-year term.)

To learn more call 720-733-6002.

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Winter shoveling

Snow may be pretty, but it also means work. Shoveling driveways and sidewalks is necessary, but there's a better way to do the job. 

First, do it often. It’s easier to shovel the snow a couple of times than to chip through ice. Secondly, do not throw snow into the street or gutter. Instead, pile the snow into your yard so it can seep into the soil. Not only does this provide winter watering, it allows for better drainage for melting snow. 


Track the Town's snow plows in real time. And for help with excessive ice in the street: 720-733-2463.

The reason for pretty hand towels 

With friends and family visiting for the holidays, indoor water usage skyrockets. Christmas week (followed by Thanksgiving) accounts for the highest use of indoor water, more than any other time of the year!

Get your guests in on conservation! Don’t use the toilet as a wastebasket, scrape food scraps into the trashcan instead of the garbage disposal, and catch the cold shower water in a bucket for other uses. Indoor water conservation is a year-round endeavor!

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